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Originally Posted by kurgen
I found a new ignitor and put it in. No change to the situation.

Bad Mojo?
Here is my generic DIY strategy which might have led you wrong in this case.
DIY or HAP (Hire A Pro)?
If in the unlikely case that HAP will cost you less than the part cost then HAP. If HAP costs >10x or 100x the parts cost, take the gamble.
When is this decision a tossup?
Here are numbers for an optimistic 10% chance that the part
will not work, and for a pessimistic 50% that the part will work.
40 >enter parts cost PC in dollars
10 >enter likelihood in percent L of having to HAP after you buy the part
1000 >enter probable HAP in dollars
140 = your calc'd DIY cost CDIY = PC + HAP x L/100
so choose DIY
40 >enter parts cost PC in dollars
50 >enter likelihood in percent L of having to HAP after you buy the part
200 >enter probable HAP in dollars
140 = your calc'd DIY cost CDIY = PC + HAP x L/100
so choose DIY but with less assurance